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code of practice help needed

(29 Posts)
wasuup3000 Thu 06-Dec-12 10:06:42

Can anyone point me in the tight direction for the quotes re academic progress and does anyone know if a child is on the p scales and no where near the targets for key stage one if it can still be said they are making adequate progress?

wasuup3000 Thu 06-Dec-12 16:35:45

Ep reports dated Jan, Sept and Novemebr tests BAS, WISC, WIat ect

wasuup3000 Thu 06-Dec-12 17:02:26

Thankyou Keepingon and Lougle by the way.

KeepOnKeepingOn1 Thu 06-Dec-12 17:30:31

Do the different reports conduct the same or different tests? If they are the same you can calculate progress. Plot your EP assessment on a bell curve - 10 = 50th percentile whereas 2 = 0.4th percentile so over 3 standard deviations. ie significant discrepancy.

wasuup3000 Sat 08-Dec-12 16:32:03

I did a SAR which revealed the the school EP hid a lot of the the information that she had including that of a orderline learning difficulty. This info and current info match up in terms of difficulties.

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